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would tell them to shut up. >> dna tests. >>> and shocking numbers out of detroit. >> 50,000 dogs run loose in the city. people move out, they leave their dogs behind. when it gets cold, they turn them loose. >> packs of stray dogs roaming the streets. the city too strapped to do anything. one neighborhood now called chihuahuaville. that's all new with the next hour of cnn "newsroom." >>> a college basketball player who already lost two family members now learns the ncaa won't let him on the court this season. we have the "bleacher report." good morning. >> he lost his father and brother in the last year so he decided to transfer from iowa state to rutgers to be closer to home but the ncaa says he has to sit out this season if he wants to play for the scarlet knights. another case of the wording of the rule getting in the way of doing what's right. you can get a hardship rule to play right away if you have a sick family member, but if a family member dies you're out of luck. he said i'll make the wise decision of staying off social networks today because if i express my feeling i migh
. >>> los estudios estÁn raros. >>> me voy a vivir a detroit. >>> te va a gustar. >>> si te hacen una fiesta sorpresa, imagÍnate. >>> te voy a decir una cosa, fuera de aquÍ alan y yo somos amigos. >>> no somos amigos, somos sangre, hermanos. >>> el punto es, cuando salimos, y vamos con parejas y esto, sÍ tiene su pegue. >>> ah sÍ? >>> sÍ, cautiva a las mujeres, con todo lo tacaÑo que es, su novia es guapÍsima. entonces quiere decir que algo sÍ vio en Él. >>> lo codo. >>> te dije no te voy a pagar en la vidpa una sola comida. >>> dijo, estoy enamorada de ti. >>> deja la billetera. >>> mire seÑor. >>> haga esto para ser mÁs atractivo, llego al restaurante y aplica la juvenil, se me olvidÓ la cartera. >>> eso lo haces todo el tiempo. >>> dejela en cualquier lugar, se la van a refrescar, y le verÁn un sex appeal, si me caso con Él me harÁ ahorrativa. >>> sÍ, una cosa lleva a la otra, si no das billete, mÁs adelante lo sueltas. >>> en el futuro. >>> no paga una cuenta tacher, le abres la puerta del carprcar? >>> sÍ, le doy flores, chocolates. >>> mentiroso. a lo mejor, bueno, s
and sewing the seeds of opportunity for people down on their luck. >> downtown detroit on a warm and beautiful summer day, for the sun seekers here, the biting chill of a michigan winter seems very far away. but in the warehouse about two miles from the city's center, that's exactly what they're focused on, nine seamstresses working eight hours a day to turn out winter coats for particularly vulnerable population, the homeless. >> this is the empowerment plan. it is a non-profit that employs women who have been homeless or living in women's shelters. their job here is to sew winter coats that are given to the city's dispossessed and destitute. it's founder is 24-year-old veronica scott. the idea grew out of a design class project. >> we were given an assignment to design to fulfill needs. this coat came out of that. it came out of that class project. >> her research took her to the city's homeless shelters. he she tried to figure out what people on the street really need to survive. she concluded that some kind of heavy duty garment to protect them from the elements was what they
discourages new capital from coming in. if you don't know, think ofwould you lend to detroit today? you wouldn't. you would want to find out what happens to others who lend to detroit. growth. that speaks to education. it speaks to some micro things that we should be doing. one of the problems of the fed being the center of attention is it diverts discussion away from other things. things that are more important for us and for the next generation, that this whole narrative have shifted away from. what types of new projects are you working on? >> you have promoted me. [laughter] i am grateful to be chair of thepart of securing u.s. living in a global neighborhood that is more prosperous. it has had numerous advantages. the idea is to contribute and bring in outside perception. we are a council made of people from very different backgrounds and experience. it is a wonderful collection of people. we have gotten to know each other over the last few months and we are working on a few major initiatives. >> how do weerica's rejuvenate the american economy? >> i think we need strongerour elected offic
. >> reporter: every major car company is gunning for the electric car, detroit, japan, all represented. for now, an unlikely newcomer is getting top honors. the tesla model. a 400 horsepower engine that gets you from zero to 60 in four seconds, all without a single drop of gas. >> the style is terrific. it looks great, the overall packaging is terrific. that may be my favorite part. >> reporter: celebrities are buying them in droves, even humme r fan is buying it. now it is "nightline's" turn, we were given inside access to the car, and the man behind it, to see if it really is the car of the future. and now, according to the highway safety administration, it is also the safest car ever. but the model s's ride to the top is not without controversy, despite its use, several states are trying to ban them from being used. to understand why, first you need to meet this man. >> and you can see the car is charging right there. >> reporter: tesla's ceo, the billionaire tycoon who has changed the way we shop on line. now he is exploring space. and how many do you anticipate? >> probably about 50. >> re
a stroke, elmore leonard died at his home in detroit tuesday. amongst his 45 gritty novels were bestsellers that inspired films such as "shorty" and "jackie brown." william hildebrand takes a look back at his life. had a ritual.ard first, write by hand, then on a typewriter. of america's most foremost crime writers and said he would never quit his passion of telling stories. >> there is no reason to. this is the most enjoyable thing i do. i have been doing it for nearly 60 years. theas very hard in beginning. >> his first five novels were westerns, but when the market shrank, he jumped to crime. many stories were adapted to screen. brown" was drawn from the novel. when you absolutely, positively have to kill every mother in the room, there is no substitute. leonard was praised for creating zany characters that use realistic dialogue. another hallmark characteristic, brevity. me"the new york times" asked if i would review a tom clancy book. they said it is only 400 and some pages. i said i don't read books more than 300 pages. intoxicating were mixtures of moral ambivalence and dark humor, o
must go! i suggest motown. detroit? no, no. mongolia town, home of the motown sound. ( singing loudly ) ( clucking tongue ) you are all crazy! the answer is buenos aires! hokkaido! cleveland! bangkok! people! people, please. you're forgetting what the olympics are all about-- giving out medals of beautiful gold so-so silver and shameful bronze. ( groaning and muttering ) i have here a letter from a little girl named lisa simpson. she says her town might not be important enough to host the olympics but she asks if the torch could just pass by
been fixed. >>> detroit could soon have company in bankruptcy court and if other municipalities or states wind up there, it could become the cause of a common affliction. chief national correspondent jim angle tonight on the unfunded pension peril. >> reporter: many state and city workers around the country are worried what happened in detroit may happen to them. abru bankrupt city that starts cut pension benefits. >> there's a tendency to overpromise, underfu them, and when a problem comes up, the actuary says put in so much, they're very ready to just defer that cost onto the next generation. >> reporter: some pensions have been improving, but a study found eight states have less than 60% of funds. illinois the worst at 45%. $138 billion short. >> every year lost is a much bigger challenge as one rolls ey have to make either significant tax changes or they need to make significant benefit changes. >> reporter: politicians have nothing but unpopular choices, cut benefits, raise taxes, cut other programs to get the money. in chicago, that dilemma falls to democratic operative ma
baltimore and detroit. today's matinee started well for oakland turning on the fast ball. brandon moss, patience, full contact and it's gone. 20 into the year for moss. brenden ryan. look at this. charging from first, the throw is perfect and he was safe. seattle closer shuts it in the ninth. some would say barry skeet yes's ship as a gint sailed they'd be right based on today's game. giants and red sox. bruce bocci saying he deserved another start. two run homer in the second in the third move t can't blame this on barry. a drop. zito going zplee two thirds allowing six earned runs. there are compliments and ultimate compliments this, would be the latter. says collin cappernick could be one of the greatest quarterbacks ever. i think the key phrase here is could be. super bowl's longevity. >> i'm working it. to owe me it's a great honor. >> jim harbaugh is treting him with care. he's off limits, don't touch or else. >> we're going against our ones. and felt like it's too close to collin for as a way to reemphasize to stay away. >> he's important. jonathan baldwin sunday against minneso
. ♪ >> backmijxç to back losses to seattle now, hitting the road against baltimore and detroit. today's matinee started well for oakland turning on the fast ball. brandon moss, patience, full contact and it's gone. 20 into the year for moss. brenden ryan. look at this. charging from first, the throw is perfect and he was safe. seattle closer shuts it in the ninth. some would say barry skeet yes's ship as a gint sailed they'd be right based on today's game. giants and red sox. bruce bocci saying he deserved another start. two run homer in the second in the third move to the fourth. can't blame this on barry. a drop. zito going zplee two thirds allowing six earned runs. there are compliments and ultimate compliments this, would be the latter. says collin cappernick could be one of the greatest quarterbacks ever. i think the key phrase here is could be. super bowl's longevity. >> i'm working it. to owe me it's a great honor. >> jim harbaugh is treting him with care. he's off limits, don't touch or else. >> we're going against our ones. and felt like it's too close to collin for as a way to reempha
. and i'll introduce you to someone who is bullish on detroit, despite all of the city's problems. all of that and more next on "real money with ali velshi." my name is ranjani chakraborty, i'm from houston, texas, and i'm an associate producer >>> hello again and welcome back. well, we are looking at some very strong storms down in parts of florida this evening. i'm going to show you on our weather wall. come over here, take a look down towards parts of florida right now. and really the thunderstorms that popped up especially over the gulf of mexico. we are starting to get a little bit of break in certain areas, but as you can see on the weatherern coast they are really still there, so it will be a stormy evening for many people across the area. we're also getting those pop-up thunderstorms in parts of georgia as well. atlanta you do have some delays at the airport atlanta, about 86. birmingham, 84, that's a little bit lower than average for you this time of year, but not over towards the west in shreveport. and in parts of new england -- first of all let's take a look at your five-da
anti-savings from the behavior. detroit would not have this now if we would not have a normal interest rate. that is a fact. lou: that is in a fact. there are so many other variables in there. we have this equilibrium of the employee unions, city governments that have been woefully lagged and managed. what are your thoughts about this from here? >> well i think people are getting far too historic about the potential quantitative easing. i think that a moderate reduction would be that dramatic. we gradually run out of people with high rate mortgages. you run out of other people who have benefits. so by definition, it has less of an impact. so it is more and more money producing less and less impact. it doesn't strike me as the right thing. lou: your outlook for growth ann appreciation of the markets? >> i think that we will stumble along mainly driven by a sharehder revolution. grant theexport licenses, six the balance, lower everyone's utility groups. that would really stimulate the economy and the market. lou: thank you for being on. we look forward to seeing you soon. up next, thousa
productivity. >> remember in detroit, we saw the guys drinking and smoking marijuana on their lunch hour? >> yeah. >> the union guys were going back together, put the car together. you can screw up your product if you're a manufacturer or you can screw up your service if you're working in a service industry. >> oh, yeah. that's why so many large employers do drug testing of their employees before they ever even sign them up. >> it's hard to find out if somebody's buzzed if you drug test it's easier. >> yeah. >> this is a huge problem in the united states. the centers for disease control is on it. another problem, this is not a huge problem but it's a growing problem. bear attacks. we'll show you one. roll the tape. >> with all of us here, you can't do much. got to run him off. fortunately we can't cut him off. >> he's coming back. >> hey. hey. get out of here. hey! hey! go, go, go, go. whoa. [ bleep ]. [ bleep ]. >> no. i'm telling you, he ain't [ bleep ] around. >> i was in alaska two weeks ago. >> were you chased by a bear? >> i wasn't chased by a bear, but a bear popped out. i was in
. >> this house was located in a suburb of what, new york? chicago, st. louis or detroit? >> i'm going to go with new york. [ buzzer ] >> oh. my hot pop cd for her. do i have to give everyone has a story? she'll love it. here you go. >> you see the cheers. actually it was the suburb of chicago. >> it was. i saw the eye roll, too. she's pretty good at that. a real house built in 1921. it's a big house, over 4,000 square feet. it just sold last year for $1.6 million, which is pretty good considering the movie. >> back across to kath. >> look who's visiting from fargo. finish the lyrics to this song made popular by the group madness. ♪ ♪ our house >> is a very, very fine house. >> that would be crosby stills nash and young, but i figure you're just going to enjoy this party animal. that's me and hodie in the chicken outfit. >> real quick, though, "our house in the middle of the street." >> absolutely, a one-hit wonder possibly for this band. came out in 1982. we make all our home owners on "this old house" sing that. >> no, you don't. >> no, we don't. absolutely not. because it gets stuck i
of when they think of boston politics. >> what other races are you keeping an eye on? >> one is detroit. field ofthis candidates narrowed in a runoff to just two contenders for a job which is very important right now. the election itself may be less important compared to what happens after the election. how much power the mayor will even have when there is an emergency manager with sweeping authority. there is also houston. a democratic mayor is running a republicanerm opponent. she was elected mayor of houston, it became the largest american city with an openly gay mayor. you wouldy necessarily stereotype houston, texas. texas, it is worth keeping an eye on what happens there. if you cover politics and policy in this era of budget -- >> you cover politics and policy. what can mayor is expected from washington regarding infant -- regarding infrastructure, the nuts and bolts. >> you talk to mirrors over the country -- you talk to mi ayors and they are fed up with how little support they get from washington. certainty.ally no stimulusof ways, the that a lot of folks credit with helping gi
at this the video that is captured on highway outside of detroit. a michigan man and his truck and go airborne. it crashed into a creek. a student caught this on the video. he hit the and bake man and a guard rail. >> coming up on kron 4 morning news. amazing and video of trees being literally swallowed by a sink hole. we will show you how much trouble dr. phil can get 10 to and fewer tha >> we will show you how much trouble dr. phil can get into it is your than 140 trouble dr. phil can get into it is your than 140 characters. p[ female narrator: the mattress price wars are on the mattress price wars are on at sleep train. we challenged the manufacturers to offer even lower prices. now it's posturepedic versus beautyrest with big savings of up to $400 off. serta icomfort and tempur-pedic go head-to-head with three years' interest-free financing. plus, free same-day delivery, set-up, and removal of your old set. when brands compete, you save. mattress price wars are on now at sleep train. ♪ your ticket to a better night's sleep ♪ >> breaking news just coming out of san francisco. police are
is in detroit. caller: i am currently a student at wayne state university. the question is is college worth the cost. it is not i feel worth the cost. we are facing a situation where i -- i may not be able to pay for classes in the fall. even over an academic issue, but over the content -- contract i have with housing. i might be kicked out of school this semester. >> you have a conflict with what? >> with the housing right now. >> is that because it is too expensive or there are too many people in the housing unit? >> just filed for bankruptcy, detroit. they are trying to increase my tuition. housing is too much. foricole, thank you calling in and sharing your story. this was the subject of an article earlier this week, and they pulled him out about student loans. "more students rely than ever on federal student loans aid. "more students rely than ever on federal student loans aid. she covered today's speech by president obama and we spoke to her earlier earlier in the afternoon for her thoughts. what new ground did the calls forbreak in lowering college costs? >> this is a more expansive
other races are you keeping an eye on? >> detroit where you have this -- you have had this big field of candidates. just two contenders for a job that is -- you think it is very important right now. ultimately the election itself may be less important than what happens after. germany how much power the mayor will have when there is an emergency manager with sweeping authority for turning around. and houston, where a democratic mayor is running for a third term. a nonpartisan alexian but essentially a republican opponent. when she was elected it became the largest american city. so she's likely to win another term. national politics. it's worth keeping an eye on. >> the cover politics and policy in this era of budget deficits and tightening budgets here in washington. what can mayors expect from washington if anything when it comes to infrastructure, the nuts and bolts the mayor's need to provide to their respective cities? >> you talk to mayors out in the country and at party conventions. the u.s. conference of mayors meeting in d.c. really set up with just how little support they ge
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